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Dayton Audio PT2C-8 Planar Tweeter
I have Pt2 Planar tweeters from you and do not see + or - markings anywhere. From the top, where the terminals are, looking at the back, where the terminals are; which terminal is +?
The wider of the two terminals will be positive. This will be the left side terminal as oriented in the rear picture online.
Date published: 2015-03-16
Can the rear cover be removed for OB applications?
No, this requires the rear cover in order to function properly.
Date published: 2015-03-09
Is this item the same as 6" Cinema Ribbon in the Sunfire CRM-2? Bob Carver mentioned Sunfire negotiated production rights for the first two years after which the item would be sold elsewhere, specifically Parts Express.
Answering my own question: A very likely yes, Comparing the photos to the CRM-2 they look identical.
Date published: 2014-09-22
To whom it may concern i want to use two pct2c8 ribbon tweeters with single eminence delta pro 8b in a box for a mid/tweeter configuration what would be the best filter set up and would i need an L pad?
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Date published: 2014-08-21
Does anyone have any thoughts about using four of these in a line source config with two 10" acoustic suspension woofers crossed over at 5000hz. It seems that would create a subdued midrange, which is what I like.
These will work well for a line array type application with that crossover point, although without knowing anything about the woofers it is impossible to say how it will sound. Usually crossing a 10" any higher than about 1500 Hz is a bad idea for off axis response.
Date published: 2014-08-01
Thinking of using either 4 of the dome silkies or 2 of the planars (per ch.) for a line array project. Any thoughts?
planars are typically a little better suited to line array applications as they behave like lines by nature so using multiples just extends that. Domes need to be spaced as close together as possible and still are limited by the top end by the distance you can space the drivers.
Date published: 2014-06-03